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If it is, the following may help:
CRANBROOK REGISTRATION DISTRICT

Registration County : Kent.
Created
: 1.7.1837.
Abolished : 1.4.1941 (succeeded by Maidstone district).
Sub-districts : Cranbrook; Hawkhurst.
GRO volumes : V (1837-51); 2a (1852-1941).
Township or Civil Parish
County
From
To
Notes
Benenden​
KEN
1837 - 1941​
Cranbrook​
KEN
1837 - 1941​
Frittenden​
KEN
1837 - 1941​
Goudhurst​
KEN
1837 - 1941​
Hawkhurst​
KEN
SSX
1837- 1886​
entirely in KEN after 1886​
KEN
1886 -1941​
partly in SSX until 1886​
Sandhurst​
KEN
1837 -1941​
Registers now in Maidstone district.

They possibly would of been buried at Cranbrook Church (Link)


Hope that helps you!
 
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If it is, the following may help:
CRANBROOK REGISTRATION DISTRICT

Registration County : Kent.
Created
: 1.7.1837.
Abolished : 1.4.1941 (succeeded by Maidstone district).
Sub-districts : Cranbrook; Hawkhurst.
GRO volumes : V (1837-51); 2a (1852-1941).
Township or Civil Parish
County
From
To
Notes
Benenden​
KEN
1837 - 1941​
Cranbrook​
KEN
1837 - 1941​
Frittenden​
KEN
1837 - 1941​
Goudhurst​
KEN
1837 - 1941​
Hawkhurst​
KEN
SSX
1837- 1886​
entirely in KEN after 1886​
KEN
1886 -1941​
partly in SSX until 1886​
Sandhurst​
KEN
1837 -1941​
Registers now in Maidstone district.

They possibly would of been buried at Cranbrook Church (Link)


Hope that helps you!
Can anyone tell me where Lea, Wiltshire, is in England is?
 

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:Hi Julie,
This is cindy, .Thanx for the info...Need a little more info...(curious)
Wher is Wiltshire..In other words is it the county?
Please reply...Thx in advance, Cindy
Thank you so much...I think lea is the street or town and wiltshire is the church...Right? thx again, Cindy
 

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